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I've got a new podcast called Digital Poets: Learning to decode the 21st Century. Subscribe on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/digital-poets/id1525626417Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHJWn1oN86nnXhzuAqN5AXA?sub_confirmation=1Subscribe on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6CIt7UCN4wZrHdtYAl9zWtSubscribe vi…
 
Leo "Bud" Welch began his recording career at age 81. A Mississippi native who spent 30 years as a lumberjack, he embodies the sound of the working class bluesman, a craft he's gracefully been maturing since the young age of 15 when he first picked up a guitar. We talk about perseverance, hard work, and the way songs move.…
 
Krista Tippett is a Peabody Award-winning broadcaster and New York Times bestselling author. In 2014, she received the National Humanities Medal at the White House. She is the host & executive producer of "On Being," a social enterprise with a radio show at its heart. We talk about why following your dream may not be the most important thing, why m…
 
Rob Bell is a bestselling author, international teacher, and highly sought after public speaker. His books include The New York Times bestseller Love Wins, along with What We Talk About When We Talk About God, The Zimzum of Love, Velvet Elvis, Sex God, Jesus Wants to Save Christians, Drops Like Stars. At age 28 he founded Mars Hill Bible Church in …
 
Photographer and activist, Jeremy Cowart, joins us on the season premier of the Sounds Like A Movement Podcast. Jeremy has been called by The Huffington Post, the most influential photographer on the internet. He's taken portraits of many familiar names such as Taylor Swift, Kelly Clarkson, Tim Tebow, and The Kardashians. Jeremy is also the founder…
 
On the season finale, CJ goes behind the scenes of Thistle Farms, an uncommon movement led by women who are survivors of addiction, trafficking, and extreme poverty. Among the women of Thistle Farms, CJ interviews the program's founder: author, social entrepreneur, and Episcopal minister, Becca Stevens. They talk about the difference between a camp…
 
Sr. Simone Campbell is a catholic nun who was named a "bad influence" by the vatican for working too much with the poor. She is a lawyer, author, poet, and founder of the Nuns on the Bus movement which lobbies for the rights of the oppressed marginalized all over the country. She's been a guest on the Daily Show, The Colbert Report, and spoke at th…
 
Jon Foreman is a writer, raconteur, and lead singer of the Grammy Award winning band, Switchfoot. In addition to writing and producing albums that have gone double platinum, Jon's writings have been featured in publications like The Huffington Post and Men's Health. In this special live episode of The Sounds Like A Movement Podcast, we discuss our …
 
Srini Rao is the host and founder of The Unmistakable Creative podcast where he's conducted over 500 interviews with artists and thought leaders giving him an incredibly distinctive view into storytelling and innovation. He's also written multiple books including the WSJ Best Seller, The Art of Being Unmistakable. We discuss the future of media, wh…
 
Nick Ross is a filmmaker, storyteller, cancer survivor, and the creative force behind Highly Evolved Human, a web series produced by SoulPancake based on his journey going through cancer treatment. Nick also writes for BuzzFeed, performs with Upright Citizens Brigade and is known for producing the kind of stuff that makes the internet more human.We…
 
Amber Rae is a writer, painter, and designer hell-bent on living a fully expressed creative life where what she does is in alignment with who she is. She is the creator of The Daily Clue, an email subscription described as “yoga for the soul", and The World We Want, a global public art project. She is a contributor on conscious and creative living …
 
Brad Montague is the creator of Kid President, the popular web series featured on Rainn Wilson's Soulpancake Youtube channel. What started as a small homemade web show has turned into a movement online with over 90 million views, global social good projects all over the world, a New York Times best selling book and a critically acclaimed television…
 
James Victore is a world renown artist, designer, author, and teacher whose work has been featured in 99U, Mailchimp, and the Museum of Modern Art. He's bold. He's brash, and unapologetically weird -- and his life's work is to help others be the same. We talk about leaving the herd, ditching the need to be perfect, and most importantly, saying some…
 
Jamie Tworkowski is the founder of To Write Love on Her Arms, a non-profit movement presenting hope and help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide. TWLOHA encourages, informs, inspires, and also invests directly into treatment and recovery. Jamie is also the best selling author of If You Feel To Much: Thoughts o…
 
Emmy Award winner, Tony Hale, best known for his roles as Buster on Arrested Development and Gary on HBO's Veep, joins The Sounds Like A Movement podcast. We talk about the benefit of staying present vs. worrying about what's next, a concept he illustrates in his new children's book, Archibald's Next Big Thing.Start Slow by rsf is part of our music…
 
Drew Holcomb is an American singer/songwriter whose work has appeared on Parenthood, How I Met Your Mother, House, and Jimmy Kimmel Live. He's also shared the stage with Ryan Adams, The Avett Brothers, Switchfoot, and Needtobreathe. How did all that happen? It's simple: He gave up. (Includes an exclusive live performance from his new album, "Medici…
 
Branden Harvey is one of the most influential instagrammers in the world. He's been to the White House, Israel, and shoots for brands like Sony and Chevy. His mission isn't to be rich or famous, but to change the world for good. We talk about combatting social media selfishness, sending the first snapchat from the White House, and instagramming fro…
 
Filmmaker, Ryan Booth, is the innovative mind behind SerialBox Presents. His work has been trusted by Spotify, South by Southwest, and groundbreaking artists like The Lone Bellow and David Ramirez. While many interviews with filmmakers discuss the craft of filmmaking, this particular one focusses on leadership, specifically, the humility and teamwo…
 
Sarah Dubbeldam is the Founder of Darling, a women's magazine with a "no-retouch" policy. Thousands and thousands belong to Darling's movement. On the latest podcast, Sarah (who is brave, awesome, and crazy-smart) talks about how honesty and integrity can have a huge influence on a culture that's bored with materialism and manipulation.…
 
Joshua Becker is at the forefront of the minimalist movement. His blog, Becoming Minimalist, has caught fire with the public and has led to 4 best selling books: Simplify, Clutter-free with Kids, Inside-out Simplicity, and Living with Less: An Unexpected Key to Happiness. We listen to Josh today talk about the rise of this fascinating phenomenon an…
 
Jeremy Courtney is the Founder and Executive Director of Preemptive Love, a peacemaking movement bent on waging love in some of the world's most dangerous conflict zones like Iraq and Libya. Through medical care, political dialogue, and more, Jeremy and his team are risking their lives to mend families torn apart by war and violence. Recorded live …
 
Educator and poet, Danielle Bennett, holds a Masters in Education from LMU where she wrote her thesis on arts education as a venue for social justice. Danielle talks about the connection between education and poetry, finding your voice, and balancing your day job with your other passions. She also performs one of her poetry pieces for us on this sp…
 
Growing up in 7 Mile Detroit, Sam White fell in love with Shakespeare after her mom caught her listening to hip hop and made her read his complete works instead. Now as an adult, she believes in a different Detroit than you hear on the news, one where the arts are revitalizing culture and community. She is the founder of Shakespeare in Detroit whic…
 
Seth Godin is the author of numerous best sellers including Linchpin, Tribes, The Dip, and Purple Cow. He writes about the way ideas spread, marketing, quitting, leadership and most of all, changing everything. In this candid conversation with host, CJ Casciotta, Seth talks about embracing tension and what to do when it's your turn.…
 
Esther Havens is a humanitarian photographer capturing stories that transcend a person's circumstances and reveal their true strength. For many years she has worked on social-awareness campaigns with organizations such as charity: water, TOMS Shoes, Warby Parker and Malaria No More. Her images compel thought and challenge action. She has traveled t…
 
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